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LRES Appoints Emeka Madu as Manager of Compliance
Sep 09, 2014

LRES has announced the addition of Emeka Madu as its new manager of compliance. In this position, Madu will oversee LRES’ compliance department, ensuring the company remains up to date and compliant with all real estate appraisal, broker price opinion (BPO) and asset management industry rules, regulations and statutory requirements. Additionally, he reviews, validates and processes all correspondence related to state taxes, business licenses, AMC regulatory licenses and insurance requirements for LRES. “As part of LRES’ unwavering commitment toward compliance, we are pleased that Emeka is joining our growing compliance department and leveraging his legal and financial experience to provide added assurance to our clients that they are meeting the most current regulations,” said Roger Beane, CEO of LRES. Prior to joining LRES’ compliance department, Madu served as a legal consultant at a criminal defense law firm based in Beverly Hills, Calif. During that same time, he also held a position as a paralegal professor at Platt College. Prior to that, Madu held the position of legal compliance financial analyst at a strategy, risk management and regulatory compliance consulting firm focusing primarily on the financial services industry.  
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